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Say it loud tomorrow!

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I can't go to the game this week but say it loud so the TV mikes hear it,

SQUISH THE FISH, SQUISH THE FISH, SQUISH THE FISH!

Yea it's childish but I turn 60 tomorrow and I'm regressing to my youth.....

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Count the MIDWEST in. Squish The Fish. Squish The Fish. Squish The Fish!

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What fish would you be referring to? Dolphins are mammals, not fish. Maybe you should chant " Handle the Mammal, Handle the Mammal!" Not as catchy, but it would be politically correct... :cool:

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What fish would you be referring to? Dolphins are mammals, not fish. Maybe you should chant " Handle the Mammal, Handle the Mammal!" Not as catchy, but it would be politically correct... :cool:

smh...lol

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Squish the aquatic mammal!

Doesn't sound as good for some reason.

PLUG THE BLOWHOLE?!......

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"Outscore the aquatic mammal team."-no violence and ambiguous enough as to not step on any toes.

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"Outscore the aquatic mammal team."-no violence and ambiguous enough as to not step on any toes.

plus no tragic misrepresentation of species

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What fish would you be referring to? Dolphins are mammals, not fish. Maybe you should chant " Handle the Mammal, Handle the Mammal!" Not as catchy, but it would be politically correct... :cool:

Hey, I wore dolphins on my chest in the Navy as a qualified submariner and we referred to the pin as "fish" so a little creative license is requested here.....lol!
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